10 Million Tons Of Uranium Leftovers Cleaned Up On Banks Of Colorado River
In Moab, Utah, the community rallied to celebrate a historic milestone in the effort to clean up the banks of the vital Colorado River.
The celebration, complete with a facetious feast of yellow cake, marked the removal of 10 million tons of toxic uranium leftovers from the mining industry.
Molly Marcello with KZMU in Moab was there, and she joined The Show to talk about the party.
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